War of the Rebellion: Serial 031 Page 0984 OPERATIONS IN N.VA.,W.VA.,MD.,AND PA. Chapter XXXIII.

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Memoranda of means of transportation, &c., January 1, 1863.

Means of transportation

Number of Horses Mules Wagons

men

present

for duty

RIGHT GRAND 19,742 1,425 2,725 649

DIVISION. Second

Corps

Ninth Corps 17,566 1,086 2,112 514

Pleasonton's 3,807 327 198 113

cavalry

LEFT GRAND 48,370 3,506 4,880 1,427

DIVISION.

First Corps

Sixth Corps

Gregg's cavalry

CENTER GRAND 42,700 2,732 4,848 1,249

DIVISION.

Third Corps

Fifth Corps

Averell's cavalry

Artillery Reserve 1,734 462 1,039 367

Army 1,049 669 1,036 355

headquarters*

Engineer Brigade 1,976 1,146 284 113

Eleventh Corps, 19,858 1,740 1,213 539

General Sigel

+156,802 13,093 18,335 5,326

Twelfth Corps++ 23,000 1,030 1,199 447

General Kenly's 5,856 160 309 103

brigade

1st New York 1,073 125 75 40

Cavalry

12th Pennsylvania

Cavalry

Total 186,731 14,408 19,918 5,916

Ambulances Cavalry Artillery Number

of

animals

RIGHT GRAND 185 112 915 -

DIVISION. Second

Corps

Ninth Corps 123 141 934 13,736

Pleasonton's 21 3,585 170 -

cavalry

LEFT GRAND 406 4,357 2,292 15,035

DIVISION.

First Corps

Sixth Corps

Gregg's cavalry

CENTER GRAND 357 3,399 2,130 13,109

DIVISION.

Third Corps

Fifth Corps

Averell's cavalry

Artillery Reserve 11 - 1,434 2,935

Army 19 1,020 - 2,725

headquarters*

Engineer Brigade 8 - - 1,430

Eleventh Corps, 117 2,647 894 6,494

General Sigel

1,247 15,261 8,769 55,458

Twelfth Corps++ 110 82 747 3,058

General Kenly's 22 1,512 339 2,320

brigade

1st New York 5 1,294 - 1,494

Cavalry

12th Pennsylvania

Cavalry

Total 1,384 18,149 9,855 62,330

Respectfully submitted.

FRED. MYERS,

Lieutenant-Colonel, Aide-de-Camp, and Quartermaster.

JANUARY 14, 1863.

HEADQUARTERS CENTER GRAND DIVISION, Sweatman House, Va., January 20, 1863-8.40 p.m.

Major General GEORGE G. MEADE,

Commanding Fifth Corps:

I am directed by the major-general commanding to inclose you a copy of instructions to Brigadier-General Stoneman, for his march to-morrow. You are requested to have the movements of your corps conform to them. The general desires that you will have your command massed on the left of the Third Corps as soon as it is formed.

Very respectfully, &c.,

WM. H. LAWRENCE,

Major and Aide-de-Camp.

[Inclosure.]

HEADQUARTERS CENTER GRAND DIVISION, Sweatman House, Va., January 20, 1863-8.40 p.m.

Brigadier General GEORGE STONEMAN,

Commanding Third Corps:

By direction of the major-general commanding, you will march your command, as early as practicable, to within about half a mile of the Rappahannock,

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*Includes transportation in charge of Captain Peirce.

+Number actually present with this army.

++Report of November 1, 1862.

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